Responsive Design vs. Mobile Sites
A responsive website is just your website, made responsive. A mobile site is a separate website. It needs to be built, hosted, updated and maintained separately from your big-screen website.
For the average small business owner a separate mobile site has many disadvantages. Two years ago it was true to say that if you wanted absolutely the best performance on a phone you might want to get an exclusive-mobile site in addition to your computer screen site. That is still technically true, but responsive sites are now so good that to the visitor there really is no difference. There are always exceptions. For example if you are in the business of selling phone apps (or mobile-only sites) maybe you should have a mobile-only site.
How can I get a Responsive Website?
I focus 100% on responsive website design. All of the websites I do are responsive. I specialize in converting existing websites to responsive designs, and I also build responsive websites from scratch. I build websites using the best practices for fast loading, stability, security, ease of use, ease of maintenance, and search engine optimization. And they have cool features and look nice too.
Right now I can convert your existing website to a modern, mobile-responsive design for as little as $349, or build you one from scratch for as little as $499. Click here to start.